Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola says that the Premier League “is the toughest league” to compete in as he bids to win back-to-back titles.
Guardiola has won multiple league titles in Spain and Germany as a manager and will add a second Premier League title if City beat Leicester on Monday and Brighton next Sunday.
“For the quality from rivals, no doubts it’s the toughest,” he said.
“That’s why being there [top] is incredible.”
City and Liverpool have been locked in an incredible title fight all season, with both sides already amassing more points than 13-time winners Manchester United ever have in a 38-game Premier League season.
City won the league with 100 points last season, but before this campaign, Liverpool’s highest points-haul was 86, when they were runners-up in 2009.
Whoever finishes second this season will have the most points of any runner-up in the Premier League era.